Woman with ipad celebrating successLawyers are trained to think in ways that can be the opposite of good innovation practices. We spot issues and potential problems, with an emphasis on problems. We identify and manage risks, with an emphasis on the risks of doing new things. We focus, sometimes agonizingly, on process, procedure, and precedent. Saying that something “has

Cloud computing has long been an interest of mine. I feel like I have been explaining it to lawyers for many, many years.

Recently, I had an article I wrote about cloud computing published and was quoted in another article about cloud computing for lawyers.

In the article I was quoted in, “Is the